Source materials suspected in Enila contrast agent probe
This article was originally published in Clinica
Initial investigations into Brazilian firm Enila, whose Celobar contrast agent is being directly linked to a rising number of deaths, have raised questions surrounding the origin of a significant amount of the agent's active ingredient. Separate tests on the affected lot have revealed the presence of soluble barium salts.
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